Although the Premier League is currently officially postponed, it is not impossible that it will be stopped or not resumed if the Corona Virus outbreak never subsides.
Some of Europe’s top competitions such as the Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1 to the last, the Premier League has indeed been officially suspended.
The reason is because the Corona Virus outbreak or COVID-19 is increasingly worrying. Of course this is unfortunate on the one hand, the article there are several teams that are almost champions.
For example, Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s troops have just won two more wins to ensure the title in the Premier League this season. Because, they are 25 points ahead of Manchester City as the closest rival.
Unfortunately, when it only needed two more wins to end the league title fasting for 30 years, the competition was suspended. As the decision of the Premier League authorities, the new competition was held on 3 April.
However, following the Corona pandemic that has not subsided, it is not impossible that this season’s title will be abolished or stopped completely.
So, is Liverpool worthy of being the champion if indeed the worst possibility happens? Alan Shearer provided the answer.
“If, and this is an extraordinary supposition, the season cannot be finished, then you cannot get a winner or a loser. If you cannot complete the existing schedules, then you cannot give a championship title to or degrade anyone. For Liverpool, this will feel very cruel.” Shearer said, as quoted by Mirror.
It would be very cruel if Liverpool did not win. They have fought hard to end the fast of the League title which has lasted for 30 years. In addition, Jurgen Klopp’s troops can only win the Premier League title this season.
Because, they have been eliminated from the European Champions League after being defeated by Atletico Madrid in the last two legs of the round of 16.
“It would be very different if the season was stopped after they got the points needed to win it. It is up to them, to remain professional and disciplined, until we know what will happen next,” concluded Shearer.